By perfecting the atmosphere in a room, Dutch artist Berndnaut Smilde makes clouds appear out of thin air. In what seems like Photoshop or magic, Smilde carefully regulates the humidity, temperature and light of a space—and when the moment is right, he summons the cloud using a fog machine. The cottony cloud only lasts a few moments for it to be captured on film, and suspends in the middle of the room just before it collapses—evoking a sense of surrealism and ephemerality of nature. Watch Video: Click Here via: Design Taxi

By perfecting the atmosphere in a room, Dutch artist Berndnaut Smilde makes clouds appear out of thin air.

In what seems like Photoshop or magic, Smilde carefully regulates the humidity, temperature and light of a space—and when the moment is right, he summons the cloud using a fog machine.

The cottony cloud only lasts a few moments for it to be captured on film, and suspends in the middle of the room just before it collapses—evoking a sense of surrealism and ephemerality of nature.

Watch Video: Click Here

via: Design Taxi